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  • ...b/meta) to figure out several key problems that were unanswered in initial work:
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  • Talked to Indrek about different projects that are available. Agreed to work on the circular robot that uses centre of mass displacement for motion. Obj
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  • Unfortunately that tutorial did not work, so i will repeat all tutorials again as Karl said. It was good meeting aga ...i found a a link for mapping with laser scan. Now i have hope that it will work tomorrow.<br />
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  • TERECoP project is a work done from October 2009 to September 2009 in 8 different institutions from 6 More focus on work life and curriculum.
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  • == '''Repeat Shavery work''' ==
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  • '''Research activities: '''Associated professor will work in [[Main Page|Intelligent Materials and Systems Lab]]. Correlation with cu '''Work load:''' Full time and the classroom teaching load at least 224 academic ho
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  • ...s have become available and affordable by companies to use in making their work more productive
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  • ...elf-sensing actuator are highly correlated and deterministic. We currently work on signal analysis of the actuator. ...t controlling an inverted pendulum with an artificial muscle. We currently work on improving the control methods since the system is still very unstable. T
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  • ...nder the microscope. Knowledge in electronics and preparedness for precise work at small scale are beneficial. ...clear in detail. Aimed at futuristic health improvement technologies, the work involves the design of a soft morphing embodiment attached on the skin and
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  • ...rmation is done using the CMVision algorithms with slight modifications to work better with our own data structures. The algorithms are described in detail
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  • # The option to book lab time remains if you wish to work remotely and come to lab only at the specific time to make the experiments. ..., please mark into the table below when you need to carry out experimental work in the chemistry labs 324 (maximum 4 persons at a time) or 326 (Gray room,
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  • In my work i will be using Finite element method (FEM) based simulations to get deeper
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  • In my work i will be using Finite element method (FEM) based simulations to get deeper
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  • ...some time. Thus, right now I'm composing a detailed study plan for all the work that needs to be done.
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  • ...xers are working, we introduced some potential to mixers to check how they work within fluid.
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  • 1. Work procedure 1.1.3. be caring and thrifty towards one’s work tools and workplace;
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  • The aim of the current work is to understand the mechanisms leading to vacuum arching in high electric
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  • The aim of the current work is to understand the mechanisms leading to vacuum arching in high electric
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  • The work is done in close collaboration with [http://www.mkem.uu.se/Forskning/Strukt
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  • ...ures), appearing on the surface of the accelerating structures. In current work, different computational methods, like molecular dynamics and Kinetic Monte
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  • ...ures), appearing on the surface of the accelerating structures. In current work, different computational methods, like molecular dynamics and Kinetic Monte
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  • The work is done in close collaboration with [http://www.mkem.uu.se/Forskning/Strukt
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  • ...s-border cooperation through study process, further involving DC that will work as prototype solutions exhibition places and finally getting together peopl
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  • ...module. Keep in mind to use the cross-toolchain, as the module is going to work in the Nao.
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  • ...sting on Nao etc and overall have spent a lot of time on it. So update and work with the newest and the coolest modules, or go to [https://developer.aldeba
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  • ...autonomy with human partners, thus improving the efficiency and quality of work in areas such as flexible manufacturing, logistics, domestic assistance, he
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  • modify or create any derivative, compilation, or collective work involving diploma work. If there is a conflict between the terms in this Addendum and
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  • ...st understand the actions, intention, and state of its human partner. This work invovlves using cameras and other human sensors for digitally representing ...al for this project is to develop ROS drivers for LEHF32K2-64 gripper. The work is concluded by demonstrating the functionalities of the gripper via pick-a
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  • ..., Sweden, Israel and more. Participation will include a lot of challenging work, but offers possibilities to take part from CERN summer student projects, h
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